Rhyner presented at 5th Annual Feminist Art History Conference

Stephanie Rhyner, a second year graduate student and teaching assistant, presented at the Fifth Annual Feminist Art History Conference in Washington D.C. October 31-November 2. Her talk was titled “Fabricated Femininity: An Examination of the Role of Lady Fu Hao Through Body Ornamentation,” which was based on a paper written for a course taken with Associate Professor Ying Wang. At the conference, Stephanie heard some amazing talks on femininity and sexuality and met some of the scholars in the field.